Atlantic City

Atlantic City is known for its sandy beaches, one-of-a-kind boardwalk and glitzy casinos.

Atlantic City’s four miles of white, sandy beach runs along a world-famous Boardwalk lined with shops, casinos, restaurants and amusements.

The Steel Pier's ferris wheel is one of the boardwalk's best attractions.

Club Mixx, a nightclub at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa.

Caesar's Atlantic City casino in in Atlantic City.

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The Atlantic City Airshow "Thunder Over The Boardwalk" is one of the city's most popular events.

Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum, located on Atlantic City’s Boardwalk, features the world’s most unusual, fascinating and bizarre exhibits.

If the ocean isn't your speed, Atlantic City has options for swimmers who want a bit more luxury.

Rolling Chairs debuted in Atlantic City in 1887. The chairs are now a permanent attraction for visitors.

Absecon Lighthouse Museum, Atlantic City.

It's not Atlantic City without a little twist and shout.

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Atlantic City Cruises offers daily sightseeing adventures, including dolphin watching, cocktail cruises, private parties and corporate outings.

Enjoy a tour inside Lucy the Elephant or stop in the gift shop for souvenirs.

The Walk offers shopping all year long.

The New Jersey Korean War Memorial was constructed in 2000.

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The Wind Farm of Atlantic City provides a silhouette for a beautiful sunset.

The famous White House Sub Shop has counted Frank Sinatra and George Clooney among its fans.

Lights of Freedom at the Trump Taj Mahal as seen on July 26, 2003.

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Tourists run on the beach near casinos in Atlantic City.

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